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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - December 01, 1935, Racine, Wisconsin What our i readers have to say. Fol will Blu far to i any t on Bitt lard la j in i to i a in Lynn Ujj i sunday journal times bulletin vol. 5-no. 33. Racine wis., sunday dec. I 1935. Circulation 19,50q tale of old priest chides self pity dear editor in pm a ise of Haw the old priest s Pale lace lit up the curious one sided smile it is a flue face of a certain Marble composure As if he were a living a Arven Stone rather than flesh and blood Jet there was a slim of humor in his est and the Wisdom for the two Are Akin. Though one be he gift of to of and the other the Harvest of experience. He spoke to her a dishevelled mass of self pity and helpless remorse one of the kind that picks at a sin like a child at a Harig Nail and said a Odo not lacerate yourself lady. Sackcloth and allies have virtue when applied to the body. According to tradition but i know of no warrant for applying irritants to the soul. Your fault is a fault it is True and for sin even the smallest her is no excuse but i question if you ire any the worse for it. Far be t from me to say a word a at might encourage anyone n Vil condone heresy in the slightest degree or justify imperfection. Tut tim smooth polish of angelic i net it j is not for mortals. To he Luman is not the unpardonable sin. A of of while i might not say a word for wrongdoing yet i May speak n Praise of flaws Foi it is not by a their strength but by their weakness that human beings get their bold on one another. A Ono one has a mightier grasp of love than a baby that holds its Mother in a grip of steel and binds Strong men to its service and the secret of this strange influence is but the child to sheer helplessness. A of woman masters a Man because she is so frail As the weak things of this world have Ever been chosen to confound the mighty. A and doubtless it is because we Are so Blind and helpless stumble and Grope so pitifully and area together so marred with cum Nash that the divine hand is reached nut to help us thus the mighty hand of the master is the servant of the feeble As it is written. He is servant of All. For it is Ever the duty of the Strong to serve the weak. A Oit is not the classic Beauty in a face that moves us. Hearts bang upon the Little pegs of imperfection. If we were perfect no one would love us we might be admired but not loved. Let us then be thankful for our Tenta Cular blemishes. They Are like the tendrils of climbing cries by them we cling and Rise. A you recall what the Cardinal said in a Ariadne in Mantua a there a i notice even in your speaking voice it he said to the Singer Diego Quot a certain Quality such As folks say melts men to hearts a trifle hoarseness. A something of a break which Mars it As real sound but gives it More Power than that of mete sound. Quot hate not yourself dear Lade. Because you Are mortal but rather study to make use a of your limitations that Vou May weave All your Little a ii ii is into a Strong web of Success. Souls can Glt Forward even by falling. Walking has been called a succession of Forward fallings. And Don t forget More people slip s my Blunder into happiness than capture happiness by shrewdness. A whereupon the lady went Ber Way. A Little heartened and much puzzled while the Good priest murmured to himself a heaven forgive me if i said anything she could understand Foj. R. F. Main St it 3 things to make dreams come True dear editor to make our dream con three things we must do our dreams come a True. Visit i desire. Concentrate on of work to bring it into a a the implements necessary to f inside of tis not out matter what the accidents or Fortune there is Only a which we can fashion material mind. The Bee Snake draw material for Plant. The one transit deadly Poison the othe into do limn Honey. The Power that changes the stuff into a new substance is within the Bee and the Snake. Ltd two boys or two girls in the same wretched environment one picks up an education trains himself or herself for place and Power while the other grows up a nobody. It is All in tile Hoy or Gill each has similar material to work in. Due transmutes it into Gold the other into Lead. Two sailors Force flu same Breeze to Send i heir boats in opposite directions. It is not the wind. Hut the set of Hie sail that determines the port. Marden yours vet v sincerely. It h. H. Home it stanzas recall Shakespeare moral the at Eam a it t mph in dear editor the Salesman saw his shabby clothes and eyed Bim head to toe or rough a looking Man thought he could not he Good to know and since he sold expensive cars which ? Rich men buy. To sell or ragged looking mar he did nov a then . Quintuplets to mounting Fortune Breeds hatreds and dissension county Parks Are popular report shows 85,000 visited 2 Outing Sites in 1935, mint reveals. Of t Rue to Alize our e actual. For this id. No of birth me Force our i a f e a lid Hie a same it into 11 i n the stranger walked a cart and looked the m the Youthful Salesman p by a dozen times or in no foil cd he pause to to r he scorned the Proller in of look d about for r w to might be wore we dels used la t the Mai it Ager came o a the shabby mar his hand went out t he shouted a hello. Hello. Bill. Said the. My daughter wants it id i be been Tosev Sec How Good they my popularity of Racine county a arks is reflected in a report compiled by the county Park commission in which the commissioners Point out that during the last season. More than 85.000 persons enjoyed the out of doors at Forest Park and lies memorial Park. Of this number 50.000 attended outings in Forest Park and 35.000 in hog Jmark besides hundreds at old settlers to Park. A that All goes to show How people yearn for the out of doors especially if facilities Are provided w Here sports can be enjoyed or where facilities permit of picnic dinners a said one of the commissioners. 154 permit drained a total of 154 permits were granted at Forest Park. These included three Public schools two parochial schools. 21 churches it sunday schools 4 5 organized societies. 22 factory groups and 51 family reunions. In addition there were activities of boy scouts and ctr scouts besides Many Small groups. No record is kept of the vast number of motorists who have driven along the Park s winding Irive Waye. The fact that so Many Auto St have gone through the Park to enjoy the wooded tract is looked upon As another indication of the popularity of the place. For the accommodation of persons who have held outings at the Park during the last year a Well 374 feet deep was constructed and an Extension of 7u0 feet was made to the water system so that water is supplied throughout the Plevine areas Ami the athletic Field. purchased. A Power Lawn Mower for use at the three Parks and a pickup truck used at Forest Park to replace on taken to old settlers Park for use under the we a. Were purchased the commission reported. Improvements were made at old settlers to Park including a portable grandstand. At one time during the summer a lutheran picnic and service at the Park was attended by 4.<00. The county fair held at the Park also Drew a Large attendance tile report stated. At Hegji Ark extra expense was incurred for materials used in the building of a septic tank and the laying of sewer pipe and tiling. Common labor for this project was supplied by the Wera. Commissioners in reporting to the county Board of supervisors said that the old log House at this Park is inadequate to store and display Many curios which Are being presented to the Park management from time to time. It was pointed out that an addition to urn building is a necessity Whit it will be great in appreciated by the visiting Public. Wake Island base of Clipper planes now Garden spot Barren reefs landscaped with Trees patches of vegetables Are cultivated four Cooks come in Airship. Comes to i Bontz if gentlemen feel themselves drawn to this picture it s Only a natural reaction to that a come hither look flashed by charming win Shaw one time Broad w a y a Torch sing r now making torrid Progress in Hollywood. Wini exhibits the streamline coiffure Shell sport in her newest vehicle Rind int it fetching though editor to note hic following article was written expressly for International news service by Frederick j. N Ooi Uin. Navigator of lie China a Hinter by .1. Noonan a copyright. 1935. By ins a a k k i Sla n la a ins a a few month ago this was a real Robinson Crusoe Isle isolated 1.200 Miles Trout the near St land and uninhibited. But George Bicknell command r of the Cli base Here and his men who greeted us when we flew in last week from Midway have transformed these three tiny cots i reefs into Busy Garden spots with cottages Light Plant radio weather station wind Mills photograph studio improved Harbor in the Lagoon boat docks fueling station and roads and walk v High Are landscaped by a old map of Racine shows effects of time on City by Sikni. Ski old timers will be interested in the tit map published in 1 872. A copy of which has been supplied tile .1 a Urna 1-times by Arthur Lief and which will he placed in the county historical rooms. It a the property of Liegler s father the late John Liegler City asses so i for Many years. Sooth main Street then extended though to Dekien Avenue realty expert talks monday Roy Wenzlik of is. Louis to add Doh blown group. Ire of real estate will be by Roy m Wenzlik of St. Considered the nation to a St authority of the subject inner in hotel Racine motioning. The meeting is being a red i v in to lib r t a Send it the red on1 a a likes to but a dash and Rea Bing in his w rut the Price in Cas a oms women Wear the you Krew my ways a but ?� said he. A of think that boat has fallen in a faint a it he die for Are quaint. They brought the Youthful Salesman to. And sent him Home to rest. A a done to Ever judge p Man Quot said they. A Oby How he May be dressed. You lost a Good Cash customer hut write this lesson Down no to Al the w Ort b Vav ii i in people strut in Broad loth round the town. To. H. Thurst a ave i wants some action on Grade Crossings dear editor la s All Well and Good Phi it Ltd Peixe a lid we be been having plenty of it. But even the to Best theories ate of to Good unless thew some action to Back it up. We be b i having set it Glt in some Railroad a cide uts on Hist have been totally Tinner Star Ami i think it is High time that Racine take some action about it As it is everyone who trusts implicitly in the infallibility of crossing watchmen. And some of the signals is liable to be a victim. Of course in this i mean careful Drivers and la abiding citizens. I notice that in Keno a they have elevated Crossings Why can t v we have them in Racine it appear sister City is far ahead of a Bacin it a lot of Way Anc i think hat it will soon he apparent that \ Kenosha is a bid for our i laurels. To t a rat a Cape lion t i h 3 p Pri h a k e it she � j to summing Money increases Iii Reich Berlin. A ins a smuggling Money across the Border has become a frequent offence under the German foreign Exchange Laws. The stewardess of an express train from Berlin to Amsterdam found 56,000 Marks <123.000 hidden behind the wooden framework in the washroom. The owners who apparently was a traveler in the same train and intended to take out the Money again after crossing of the Frontier carefully avoided revealing his identity. Gasoline tank on tourist Ca its Are now searched for concealed currency a it result of frequent us of smugglers Berlin protects Gar till a a elastic Gurb Ltd it str Kirlik. Ate dealers officials and ext d to a ins a an a elastic Urb is being tried out on a Steep Hill near no Quot urn -ft1 Page 5. Column 4. Berlin harrier or at a Bend Frankfurt on main to protect motorists from going Over the Edge. Two steel ropes Are stretched at the height of a car s wheels along the dangerous Side of the Road and Are fastened to Iron posts at either end by wire Springs. It i claimed that this elastic Fence will guide a in Toi a r a Troj to the Road i. In rounding the Hend. It should go too near the Edge. Oxide a d on a about. In a years have been remarkably accurate it is said. The Only charge to be made for the meeting will be 75 cents for the expense of the dinner the Down town association announced. Rosy to i is Nulo Iron in Odd no Opp Rosy Cheeks Are due to Iron with a Tea a of Ninga no and Copper. And when Tho Iron fade Roc. A cos. according to stir Frederick Keeble. Whereas now the Lake has made such inroads that a portion of it has been washed away. The action of the Waves since 1872 also is Snow n at other Parte of the East portion of the City. Michigan Street a Block East of Chatham now i Ake Avenue is shown Between tenth and ninth streets extending three quarters of the Block North of ninth Street but now doing Cut through to eighth Street that Block and a half of platted and built up land has been washed out into the Lake As have also portions of the blocks East of what is now Lake Avenue. South Racine then. South Racine As map. Extended from a Point tween sixteenth and seventeenth streets to the South line of tile rating College grounds. The narrow strip known of such extended As far wast As College Avenue. The South City limits beyond College Avenue extended As tar As Junction Avenue. The East limits of the City extended As far North As English Street but there was Little to the West of Erie Street in that Section. The West limits of the City sex i tended from the end of Junction Avenue along that Street to the North Western tracks and then As far North As Chipp Cotton Street. Now Mound Avenue. Tho City bounding at slate Street was two Block or More East a it the Railroad tracks. The station was located ii of stat Street. The track were the Wist Boundary line from that mint North. There were no streets running off Stai Street in either direction two blocks West it Milwaukee Avenue. Hirer Bridges Iii limits. There Vav Ere Only three Bridges Over the River within the units at that time namely at Wisconsin Street at second Street and at fourth Street. There was no Bridge at Marquette Street nor at West sixth Street. There was a Bridge at Kinzie Avenue known As Howland to Bridge which was used in driving from the North and West sides to the cemetery. It was Wash it away in a Spring fresh let some year after the publication of the map. For a number of years a Small ferry boat transported persons Over the River at that Point. East Park then was known a Chatham Square. What in now w it ilk was referred to a Public a quire. At the Bend in the River West of main Street Bridge the River extended As far As Erie Street for a part of a Block where now there is a curve at that Point. Weic the Case warehouse now stands East of the Massey Harris Plant there a an aint of the which extended Southwest a far As water Street. The old map shows Many Fer it of Jav Erti Eena to Cut no wildly Iov Duons. Tive Magnolia Ironwood Trees. Shrill a and even Florida coconuts sprouting and Hibiscus Blooming vivid red. Vegetables carefully raised. Patches of vegetables Are tenderly nursed. They Are the Only promo i of fresh food except Sand crabs or provisions brought by Tho clippers. Silently delighted to be Here were four chinese picked up in Honolulu As Cooks and waiters for Tho Ait base Crew at Wake. Iii their Oriental Way which is not manifested to any great extent by facial expression they showed their Delight. They marvelled at being whisked 2.600 Miles at toss the Pacific in two Days in the luxurious China Clipper. Their names Are Tom Ming. Jimmie Kau Frau Chang and a of brother to Ben. They were dazed but Happy heroes. As commander Musick brought the China Clipper to a smooth Landing on the tropical Waters at Guam and Cut his motors we were greeted by the stirring strains of the Marine band on Shore. Natives cheer. As the Crew All cleanly shaved a stepped to the float thousands of natives dotting the Shore and flowered hillsides began and cheering. At the papa Dionne bitter refuses to attend guardians to meetings or Dafoe s sacrifices unappreciated his original Bill of $15 still unpaid a tiler resents arrangements. Maine Harvest que Ken a Harvest Moon and this Harvest Queen miss Ann Holmes of Augusta. W to was crowned Maine Harvest Queen of 1135 by gov. Louis j. Brann should he All that any Young Man could desire. N o r t of Bay. ?" ins a Quot peace on Earth. Good will to ?� the world old Christmas Carol hangs As a mockery today above the Yule tree in the luxurious playroom of the famed Dionne quintuplets As they frolic before a news camera for their annual i Christmas pictures which will be j sent to the four Corners of the i world. J snug y protected from the cold j blasts of this North country the j world to most famous children i healthy Normal Strong and Hap a Pye Are utterly oblivious to the is months of turmoil fighting jealousy hatred and scheming that has blanketed this now famous part of Canada. Long bitter Story. A Long bitter unhappy that the of the it is i Story. But it is a Story j million of admirers Santa Claus is in town with a big bag of toys is Santa Claus has come to town with his huge pack of playthings i singing which imitate in realistic miniature the peaceful aits industries Marine base. Officers and and sciences. A of quins should know tint they better will appreciate the sacrifice the loyalty to duty and the love of or. Allan Roy Dafoe and his faithful Young nurse Leroug who have battled Side by Side since the Day the babes were born. Trouble for 9 e Spunky Little doctor began almost immediately after their birth May 18, 1934, a contract was signed by papa Dionne to take his five gasping bits of humanity to the Quot world to fair ii. Chicago. But the doctor stopped that. Promoters Chi Selers shyster from new York. Chicago and other cities descended upon the Rural Young father with fat offers. One Hundred dollars looked like a Fortune to him. His Gross income the year previously from his Rocky Turin was slightly in excess of $ i Ltd. Or Dafoe still unpaid. Thai was the beginning and it has continued to this Date. Or. Dafoe arranged that guardians in appointed with the full consent of both parents. Guardians who would nullify the contracts end agreements entered into by the Backwoods Farmer a 400 men in smart White uniforms aerodynamic wheel toys and and the pan american airways trains building sets movie project personnel Here headed by Airport tors and play imitations of every King in the playroom judging scores of new designs in Microscope sets astronomical equipment and chemistry sets. Dolls then. I Are dressed like Leal Little boys and i Money was needed for the expenses of nurses supplies and Bow it get a the the aft compartments the Lac Quot passengers on tuesday s manager i. P. Gregory stood Ai attention As we were introduced to his excellency. Cap. George a. Alexander 7. S. A governor of Guam and his staff. W e Vav Ere feted at a dinner Celebration in our Honor at the Navy club in the Little town of Alana. Indeed it was a warm Welcome in the big lounge of the ship and on in flight from Wake were thousands o letters in corded sacks making the first i. S. Mail flight across the Pacific. This was in striking contrast to the Fine Jolly pan american men we had taken to Midway to supplement Tho airbase Crew there and the foul Happy chinese who were transported from Honolulu to Wake where they now probably Are cooking Brt a fast for George Bicknell commander of the Clipper Bast at Wake it and his men. Adult activity from weaving to Lead cutting predominate in the offerings which will find their Way to girls not in uniforms As in Europe and Japan. Newspaper comic characters have turned teachers and sponsor hundreds of Educa the children s yuletide tree. Science tonal play sets picture books and games. Treasure Hunt opens monday i Racine merchants plan for annual event. Fifty merchants will participate in the annual pre Christmas West Racine treasure Hunt w Bidi is to sense and Active parlor sport. No War games. The Only Battle strategies Bein featured for Junior Are the a men to War on crime and reproductions of such historical events As tile Cove boy Indian clashes in the winning of the West. While the rest of the world i Ezzes with War talk american a p. C blocks use scout pie j tules instead of the soldiers which traditionally illustrated a Oso. While the youngsters Are Busy w till starting an Industrial revival in the playroom grownups Are boosting the Sale of adult games which Are based on big a of financial to to i deals Hoard strategies Plain non a rigid censorship clamped Down by Italy Asmara. Entre. Nov. 30.�?" put a rigid censorship on news dispatches Ivas clamped Down by the ii Vav High commissioner today. I odor this censorship no information of italian military moves May lie Given and no names of commanders including his own. May be mentioned. The correspondents Here will be held responsible for what their newspapers publish. Mine firm to pay employees a Bonus Lead. S. ?"�?" the Board of directors of the mining company has get under was monday Dee. 2, and which Vav ill continue until dec. 24. T Hose trading at the a stores will receive tickets for each Purchase under 2 5 cents As Well As one for each 2 5 cents spent after that and these tickets Are to be deposited in boxes in the stores w Here purchases Are made. To Ive prize daily. Drawings of tickets will be stalled i a c. 14 they will be continued daily after that. Winning numbers will be posted on a bulletin Hoard at the Corner of Gro a the 1935 world will produce a record Blaze of electric lights. Most of the wheel toys even in the lowest Price ranges have electric headlights As Well As streamline chromium trims balloon tires arid bumper that parallel the newest designs of grownup motor Dom. Toys show Progress. From the finest electric trains to tile miniature push and pull models that sell for to cents the newest aerodynamic lines of Railroad flyers have been faithfully reproduced. Doll carriages. Baby the thousand and one things necessary. A sympathetic world a swered the Cal for Aid. At three months the guardians sold movie and picture a rights for sorely needed Cash to care for the �??� other Money came in a advertisers endorsements. And tor the first three months Little or. Dafoe worked night and Day without Relief or setup. He was unpaid expected no pay until he Learned the a family had received several thousand dollars and then he sent them a Bill for delivery of the five babies for saving the Mother to life for caring for the a of quins to to for the three months. That Bill was for $15. F and it Lias never been paid. It papa Dionne stubborn. The guardians cajoled pleaded and begged Dionne to lease them a strip of property that they might build the Dafoe Hospital turn to Page 5, column i Ami Washington Avenue one walkers express wagons and veloce prize is to be give away each Day. And a grand prize will be Given at the Capitol Theatter dec. 30. The prizes from which selections Are to be made. In the older named. Are National inner Spring mat Tress Gold medal folding lounge Pedes All have air resistance reduced of the vanishing Point. Santa Claus is expecting an unprecedented enthusiasm for building activity in playrooms. Every to pc of construction project from bungalows log Cabin tourist Camps chair 7 2 by so Quaker dinner and farm Yards to skyscrapers Sta Home stake cloth silk and Wool filled Comfort tonary engines and suspension authorized j or one deluxe floor lamp 26-piece Bridges Are offered to meet Tho a Christmas Bonus of $100 to each set of Tuda silverware of Madelon building Zeal of youngsters of All employee of the firm b. C. Yates general manager has announced. The Christmas Bonus Means the distribution a a f approximately $220.ood to 2.200 employees of the company. Calumet and Hecla Grants Fay boost Ca it met Midi. A a it a the Calumet and consolidated Copper co. Has announced a wage in Fease of approximately 11 \2 pet cent effective dec. I. Weather Outlook Washington to nov. 30.�?"<u.r a in Eather Outlook for the period of dec. 2 to 7 for the Region of the great likes generally fair beginning of week with precipitation period by Middle or close temper artires below or Uncial Una til about a Edne Aday then Winner pattern Princess dinner set with Ages. Children to furniture Aud doll China ovenware to match. Gil House equipment reproduce the to belts electric food mixer one tit period styles favored by 1935 Deo by of All Linen table cloth with orators. Napkins to match. Juvenile enthusiasm for Imit 4,Rand prizes. Hon of Nursery activities is met by grand prizes from which the scores of new styles in layettes Winner May make a selection con bassinets Bath Inette doll Fumi Sist of a parlor suite Charles of lure and cd Oil carriages to insure London style valued at $59.50 one realistic bringing up of dolls. 9 by 12 Wilton Rug valued at $5it Bayst Silver King bicycle with balloon tires valued at $39.95. And one tru value seven lube radio set valued at $55.5<. Santa Claus w ill be on West Racine streets daily beginning dec. 12. And he has promised to pre sent a bag of gifts to every boy and girl who approaches him and says a Trade Iii West ?� women Erc de to a primp Worcester. ?"-ur a mrs. Arthur Marsh former president of the Worcester won in club and 1 it Gnu it n Opic c. In i my in to cd a = to 4 primp up and not lock Naif dead. Imbibed sentenced to look into Mirror to r on to. O n ?" u re William Bennett was sentenced to look in the Mirror when he appeared before magistrate tinker on a charge of being drunk. Bennett who was injured in a fall on the Street walked into the courtroom with his face swathed in bandages. A Ogo take a look in the Mirror. Magistrate tinker declared. There s a she k awaiting you that will be punishment ?� company in Racine to produce boards for cent displays Penny boards on which entire collections of Small cents can be displayed invented a year ago by j. Pond at Neenah wis., As a Christmas card. Will be in big demand of a Christmas presents this year. They come in two varieties tile i actin Board Ani the Indian Penny Board and hold approximately 134 pennies. The w Hitman publishing company of this City has entered into a Royalty contract with or. Pond whereby it takes Over the publication and distribution of the boards and they Are now being turned out in mass quantities. It is estimated that around 2o0.oi 0 of the boards Are now out which accounts largely for the higher prices at which certain issues a a the pennies a Selling Paris bars women from envoy posts Paris. A ins a frenchwoman Are riot Only denied the right of voting. They do not have a Cham a of filtering in the diplomatic career. President Albert Lebrun pre Ini r and foreign minister Pierre Laval have solemnly issued a decree preventing ambitious Young women i from becoming diplomats. Home time ago a Young and pret to girl. Mademoiselle Borel embarrassed tile qual do Torsay Vvhs i she entered for the diplomatic examinations and easily outclassed her male competitors. Mile. Borel by special de in w la remain in the service but cannot a tar to a foreign a so Ament or High Post

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